Valentine’s Day is for celebrating love and friendships, so why not celebrate it with man’s best friend? After all, your dog is the most loyal companion you’ll ever have who shows you unconditional love every single day! [gallery images="https://dev-petted2.pantheonsite.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/lil-man.jpeg, https://dev-petted2.pantheonsite.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/dogs-on-beach.jpeg, https://dev-petted2.pantheonsite.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/dog-and-owner.jpeg"] We’ve rounded up 8 Valentine’s ideas for your dog to show them just how much you love them too.We’re a nation of animal lovers, so there’s plenty of movies to choose from with dogs as the star character. Lassie, Marley & Me, Hachiko, Turner & Hooch, Bolt and Homeward Bound, just to name a few. You’ll definitely feel more grateful for your furry friend after some of those tear-jerkers, and even if your dog doesn’t enjoy watching the TV, they’ll definitely love having a snuggle on the sofa with you. If you’re feeling particularly cozy, you could even watch all 8 films of the Beethoven franchise.Is your puppy missing his brothers and sisters? Or maybe your dog lives on their own because having two pups just isn’t possible. Why not set up a play date so they can let off some steam? Dogs are pack animals so they love nothing more than to socialize and play with new furry friends.Ok, so you can’t exactly buy your dog some romantic lingerie… but you can still spruce up their wardrobe! Doggy coats are an ever-popular item which will be great for those rainy walks, while a cooling vest or protective boots could be ideal for pets living in hot weather. For something a bit more fun, try a hat or glasses, as long as your dog enjoys playing dress-up, of course. Matching outfits for you and your dog could also make a cute Valentine’s gift (and photo).